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You do not have to sell your house. There are a lot of scam artists who prey on the elderly and catch them at a very weak time and have them sign without explaining what they are signing.
If you signed an Agreement of Sale, there should be a name and address for purposes of sending notices. Please look at the paperwork you signed. Write a short letter to this individual telling them that you are "hereby cancelling the Agreement and declaring it "null and void and of no further legal effect", and keep a copy of the letter for yourself. This should effectively cancel any liability to sell your house.
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He did not leave any paper work and I have no way to notify him on the cancellation.
If he left no copies of what you signed, then that would be another reason why the Agreement is illegal. Just make sure that you do not sign anything again without reading it through and thinking about it overnight. These are important decisions and should not be made so quickly,
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